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Timeline of cosmetics
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Timeline of cosmetics

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  • 1. Timeline of Cosmetics Rosy Caito History 141 Professor Arguello
  • 2. Cosmetics in the 20 st Century
    • During the early years of the 20th century, makeup became fashionable in the United States of America and Europe.
    • The movie industry in Hollywood and ballet stars influenced the development of makeup.
  • 3. Early 1900s and cosmetics
    • 1904- Max Factor began selling makeup to movie stars that did not cake or crack in Los Angeles.
    • 1907- Eugene Schueller, the founder of L’Orial, invented modern synthetic hair dye.
    • 1914- T J Williams founded Maybelline, the specialized mascara company.
    • 1915- Lipstick was introduced in cylindrical metal tubes
    • 1922- The bobby pin was invented to hold hair back.
    • 1932- Revlon, a nail polish company was founded by Charles and Joseph Revson, nail polish distributors, and Charles Lackman, a nail polish supplier.
  • 4.
    • 1933- A new method for permanent waving of the hair without using electricity but chemicals was introduced.
    • 1936- Schueller also invented sunscreen
    • 1952- Roll –on deodorant was launched.
    • 1952- Mascara wands introduced
    • 1963- Revlon introduced first powder blush-on
    • 1965- The first aerosol deodorant.
  • 5.
    • After World War I, the flapper look came into fashion for the first time.
    • This look was all about dark eyes, red lips, red nail polish and the suntan and it became popular as a fashion statement started by Coco Chanel.
  • 6. Source Used
    • Google scholar:
    • http://www.asiapharmaceutics.info/article.asp?issn=0973-8398;year=2009;volume=3;issue=3;spage=164;epage=167;aulast=Chaudhri

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